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Men due in court after €122,000 drugs seizure in rural area

Gardaí have arrested two men and seized more than €122,000 worth of drugs in Turloughmore, Co Galway. Gardaí attached to the Galway Divisional Drugs Unit...

Shearer jailed after beating lamb to death

A 51-year-old shearing contractor, who repeatedly struck a lamb causing its death, has been jailed. Christopher John Tredinnick appeared before Alexandra District Court in New...

Men to appear before court after stolen vehicles found in scrapyard

Three men are due to appear in court following a search of a scrapyard in Crossakiel, Co. Meath yesterday (Tuesday, January 19th). The Garda-led search...

Male convicted of killing partner electrocuted while cooking in farm caravan

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned against the severe dangers of inadequate electrical safety systems in farm buildings after a woman was...

Farm worker convicted after cyclist left brain damaged by loose straw bales

A farm worker has been convicted of causing serious injury by dangerous driving after failing to secure a load of straw bales which fell...

Farmer fined €4,000 for damaging spawning beds

A court has fined a farmer €4,000 plus costs for damaging spawning beds. Mr Raymond Breen, a farmer from Beaufort, Co. Kerry was convicted at...

10-year animal ban for farmer who let dead animals pile up

A farmer has been handed a 10-year animal ban after welfare breaches. Herefordshire Council’s Trading Standards Service took the case to Hereford Magistrates’ Court. Harry Glyn...

Farmer to pay over €12,000 after slurry kills thousands of fish

A Carmarthenshire has been ordered to fork out over £11,000 (over €12,500) after slurry killed thousands of fish. Iwan Humphreys, aged 42, of Crachdy Uchaf,...

Slurry discharge costs dairy farmer €8,000

A prosecution taken by Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) has led to an €8,000 fine for a dairy farmer. Mr Brian Duncan appeared before Midleton District...

Farmer (59) banned from keeping animals for life

A farmer has been handed a lifetime animal ban after keeping animals in “squalid” conditions. Anthony Curtis, 59, of Kerrin Farm, Lydney, appeared before Cheltenham...
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